mozilla.org Announces Calendar Project
Thursday October 25th, 2001
mozilla.org today announced that OEone, makers of the Penzilla Linux device that uses Mozilla as its shell, will be offering a significant portion of their calendar code to Mozilla. For more info on this, check out Gerv Markham's post by clicking the Full Article link.
#36 Re: Re: Enough already...
by rgelb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday October 26th, 2001 5:27 PM
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I am a software developer and I know exactly how this type of stuff works. Moz team WILL BE distracted, even if for a small time. Someone has to move the calendar into CVS, someone has to hook up Bugzilla to deal with it, someone will have to give them permissions, etc... The devil is in the details - and if you don't think that you are not a developer. Somewhere down the line, OEOne devs will have questions on how to do this or that (related to Moz/XPCOM) or will need some type of support. Now, I am sure that OEOne has nothing but good intentions by releasing the code. But why does it have to be at mozilla.org? Let them develop at mozdev, just like every third party project out there.